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Roller Shade in Dining Area - Ritzville, Wa
This is NOT your Grandmother's roller shade!! Exciting fabric combined with a strong continuous chain mechanism allowed us to cover this very large window with style and ease of operation for the family.
Sliding Panels and Pleated Shades - Ritzville, WA
These sliding panels show the homeowners' playful nature while the pleated shades keep the room grounded. Sliding panels (also called a panel track) are a great solution for sliding glass doors.
Hybrid Pleat Shades in bedrooms - Moses Lake, WA
This homeowner selected 2" Hybrid pleat shades with blackout fabric and added the "top down" feature in 2 bedrooms. When they were installed, she told us, "I didn't expect to like them so much! Now I want them in my other windows." The hybrid pleat combines features and functions of cellular/honeycomb shades with the softer look of roman style shades.
Solar Shades and Valances in Sunroom - Othello, WA
When the heat takes over your Sunroom, it's Solar Shades to the rescue! With 3% openness for solar fabric, this Othello, WA family can enjoy the space, and the view, again. And they added tropical fabric valances to enhance the mood. (Note the window to the right, pictured before the valance was installed.)
Blinds and Soft Treatments in Living Room - Ephrata, WA
These Ephrata, WA homeowners installed Faux Wood Blinds in all the windows of their newly refurbished home. The blinds controlled light and privacy. Later they added Drapery Panels and a matching Cornice to provide style and warmth in the living room.
Solar Shades in Bank– Ritzville, WA
Solar shades immediately cut the glare from the street and parking lot as well as heat gain when they were installed in this bank in Ritzville, WA. What a relief on that 100 degree day! And they can look forward to future energy savings with solar fabric that blocks 97% of the sun's heat and light.
Hobbled Roman Shades - Almira, WA
For these Hobbled Roman Shades, the homeowners selected a soft embroidered fabric. They added a 'blackout' liner to control the light better in the bedroom.
Valance over small Window - Ephrata, WA
White faux wood blinds provide privacy in this small bathroom. But the window came to life with the addition of a colorful kick pleat valance.
Sliding Panels - Almira, WA
Five woven wood panels slide to stack on the right and reveal the patio beyond. The woven wood fabric was also used for coordinated Roman shades in the adjacent windows of this home in Almira, WA.
Wood Blinds in Office Waiting Room - Quincy, WA
When upgrading their medical office, these owners selected 2" Premium Wood Blinds with cloth tape detail for the large windows in the waiting room. The finishing touch was spanning the windows with a matching 5 1/2" wood cornice and a keystone accent.
Soft Top Drapes - Ephrata, WA
White faux wood blinds came first in this Ephrata, WA guest room. The owner then selected soft top drapes on a decorative metal rod with rings. The drapes slide easily and, when closed, the Jacquard fabric provides a black-out effect.
Roman Shades - Ephrata, WA
Using a delicate fabric for knife-edge pleat style Roman shades yielded elegant results in this home.
Master Bedroom Roman Shades - Odessa, WA
These homeowners selected a simple Hobbled Roman Shade in an elegant gray and silver fabric for their master bedroom. They added blackout lining for light control. A matching pillow on the bed was a special touch.
Small Conference Room - Quincy, WA
This conference room window is covered with vertical blinds that stack compactly on the wall revealing the full glass area.
Traditional Drapes – Odessa, WA
Luxurious drapes with sheers updated this traditional living room. The owner selected the pinch pleat style. Matching pillows were an added touch.
Large Conference Room – Quincy, WA
A large expanse of interior windows made this conference room seem open, but the business owners realized they needed to be able to darken the room when using the projector, prevent distraction caused by traffic past the room and provide privacy for meetings. The challenge was how to cover the 300 inch width. They chose the latest design in vertical blinds with a low profile but heavy duty headrail and a matching square corner valance.
Faux Wood Blinds – Soap Lake, WA
Faux Wood Blinds are an economical option with classic good looks.
Solar Shades in Bay Window – Moses Lake, WA
Choices for covering a bay window may have limitations. Custom roller shades with 3% solar fabric made the choice easy for these Moses Lake homeowners who were also dealing with heat and glare. Now they can cut out 97% of the sun’s energy and still enjoy their view. The continuous valance blends the individual shades into one unit.
Solar Shades in Vantage Data Center – Quincy, WA
Occupants of this commercial building in Quincy, WA found that even with special energy efficient glass in their south facing windows, the glare made it difficult to work at their computers. Roller Shades with solar fabric blocking all but 3% of the sun’s energy solved the glare and heat issues while minimizing the need for additional overhead lighting. The fabric performance meets LEED standards and the surface mounted headboxes blend seamlessly with the window framing.
Faux Wood Blinds in Den – Othello, WA
The clean, crisp lines of painted Faux Wood Blinds add the finishing touch in this homeowner’s den in Othello, WA.
Cellular Shades for Window Wall – Ephrata, WA
The options for covering a “window wall” were quickly narrowed down by these Ephrata, WA homeowners. They chose subtle cellular shades with the Top Down – Bottom Up feature to fill the main windows and left the high windows uncovered. They achieved privacy while retaining the light available through the high windows.
Premium Faux Wood Blinds – Quincy, WA
2” Premium Faux Wood Blinds were a perfect choice for the Library Wall of this master bedroom. With the cord tilt and Stately Valance, they complement the rich tones of the custom woodwork in this newly remodeled Quincy, WA home.
Kitchen Wood Blinds - Quincy, WA
2" Wood Blinds were the perfect fit for these kitchen windows in Quincy, WA. The owner selected the "routeless" feature which eliminates route holes, providing maximum privacy and light control, and simplifies cleaning.
Cellular Shades for French Door - Odessa, WA
One solution for covering French doors (or a sliding glass door) is to put two cellular shades on one headrail. The shades are installed as a unit, but operate independently for convenience and light control. These homeowners in Odessa, WA selected child-friendly cordless double-cell Cellular Shades for their south facing patio door.
Solar Roller in Living Room - Marlin, WA
The large window in this Marlin, WA farm house faces south, overlooking rolling fields. With no close neighbors, privacy was not an issue, but summer heat and sun damage to furnishings needed to be dealt with. The owner selected a patterned solar fabric in earthtones to complement her furniture. With this Solar Roller Shade the living room lighting is more subdued, the temperature is cooler and children can still be seen playing in the yard.
Classic Draperies - Moses Lake, WA
These Moses Lake, WA homeowners enjoy the traditional style of draperies. They chose soft pastel sheers under a classic tone-on-tone fabric in pinch pleats.
Kitchen Cellular Shades - Quincy, WA
Owners of this bright and airy kitchen in Quincy, WA were able to use cellular shades to meet two objectives. During the sunniest days, they can tame the heat and the glare. And at night they are comfortable with new found privacy.
Solar Roller Shades in Entry - Moses Lake, WA
Staff in this Moses Lake, WA office were frustrated with outdated vertical blinds in their entry. To provide a way to anchor the new Solar Roller Shades, Budget Blinds installed a color coordinated Palladian Shelf in each window. That provided a mounting surface for the shades and unity for the windows without hiding the arch detail. The solar fabric selected allows only 5% of the sun’s heat and light into the room.
Cellular Shades fit Classic Dining Room - Quincy, WA
The simplicity of cellular shades lends an elegant feel to this classic dining room décor in a Quincy, WA home.
2 1/2 inch Wood Blinds - Crescent Bar, WA
This new homeowner knew he wanted the look of wood blinds, but he also wanted to preserve the breathtaking view. He selected 2 1/2 inch Wood Blinds, which reduced the number of slats and maximized the view.
Solar Roller Shades in Office - Moses Lake, WA
The sleek look of Roller Shades with Cassette Valances was perfect for this large office window in Moses Lake, WA. Selection of a solar fabric with 95% UV blockage will reduce glare, protect furnishings and keep the room cooler and more comfortable. The staff chose 3 shades for the large expanse as the most convenient way to control the light to meet their needs.
Dual Solar Roller Shades in Bedroom - Quincy, WA
Because the sun can be hard on the home's interior, this new home in Quincy, WA was fitted with Solar Roller Shades throughout. They maintained their view while blocking 95% of the sun's damaging rays. But the owners were delighted to find the dual roller shade option for the bedrooms. A second shade of blackout fabric is mounted behind the solar shade in the same cassette. The shades are operated separately to maximize light control and privacy. As shown, from bottom: no shade, solar shade only, and with blackout shade.
Wood Blinds in Dining Room - Crescent Bar, WA
Because Wood Blinds provide a strong, lighter-weight alternative to faux woods, the view is enhanced with fewer 'ladders' needed to support the slats. When closed, the Blinds provide excellent light control and privacy. An excellent value for this Crescent Bar, WA homeowner.
Bottom Up-Top Down Cellular Shades in Master Bath - Mattawa, WA
It was important to preserve this fabulous view of the Columbia River while insuring privacy in this Master Bath. The solution for these Mattawa homeowners was cellular shades with the bottom up-top down feature.
Roller Shades in Living Room - Othello, WA
Three roller shades were installed with one continuous wood valance in this Othello, WA living room. The owner wanted to maximize the view when the shades were open while preserving security and privacy when closed.
Cellular Shades on French Doors - Quincy, WA
French doors at the entrance to this Quincy, WA home left the owners without privacy until they selected 3/8" cellular shades with hold-down brackets. Now they can choose the view in the daytime and privacy at night.
Faux Wood Blinds in Living Room – Quincy, WA
Needing a solution for a bay window, this Quincy homeowner selected faux wood blinds in Milk White with cordless lift and wand tilt. You will notice the simple modern valence she chose; there is a more traditional valence available at no extra cost.
Premium Faux Wood Blinds in Master Bedroom – Quincy, WA
These Quincy, WA homeowners wanted to add a touch of sophistication to the bay window in their master bedroom that also darkened the room to help them sleep after working the night shift. They chose 2” premium faux wood blinds for the perfect solution – light control that complements their furnishings. Shown here in Chestnut with cord tilt.
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